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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, March 5, 1913
WOMEN'S STREET PUMPS
in gray and brown suede, tan
Russia calf and champagne kid, in
many new and distinct styles and
patterns. Made with welt and turn
soles. "Popular a g-f
Special," a pair '. .?5ec3v
SUEDE BUTTON OXFORDS
to match your new Spring Suit
or Gown. When purchasing your
new garment, do not forget to vtsR
our Shoe Department on the main
floor. We are showing button ox
fords m navy blue,-brown and grey
suede, made up in the latest styles.
The best value in town for the
money. "Popular j. A -l-v
Special." a pair ?4-UU
Men Who Appreciate Economy, But
Insist Upon Quality, Are Quick
to Realize the Advantage of The
"PopularV Men's Store
TH HI men who buy clothing; "by the price" will
not be interested in this store nor any other
store where quality counts. To the men who ex
hange their dollars for clothing front which they
xpect satisfactory service, dependable wear,
horoughly good tailoring and designing that dif
erentiates them from the man dressed in "ordi
aaiy " clothing, we have an important and unusual
We Cannot. Buy Better Suits to Sell for
$25, Neither Can Any Other Store
All clothing for the "Popular's" Men's Store
is Hart Sehaffner & Marx, Rogers Peet, and
"Fitfomr" clothing, made according to our specifications (and it should
be known that any tailoring firm that can meet our specifications is
worthy to tailor clothing for any man). We unconditionally guarantee the
satisfaction of all clothing we sell; guarantee every suit at $15 and up to -be
acid-tested all wool, cold-water shrunk and hand tailored in every por
tion where the hand can do better work than the machine.
EARTH SLIDE FILLS
Phoenix, Arte, March 5. Heavy
Tains have caused an extensive land
slide on the Roosevelt road, about &
mile this side of the dam. For several
uays the road has been blocked and
the dam cannot be reached by auto
mobile or wagon. Traffic between
Phoenix and Globe is interrupted. A
force of men is at work and the road
v. ill be cleared as soon as possible.
Thousands of tons of dirt, firavel and
stones came down in the slide. The
Hoosevelt road, cut into the mountain
Mde some distance above the bed of
Salt riTer, offered It little tmpedftnent
and the mass of earth continued sev
eral hundred feet farther to the river.
W. R. E. Lee. a cattleman from Old
Livingston, about 13 miles north -f
Roosevelt, -was one of the few persons
to cross the dangerous slide as it lay
arross the road. He half carried and
half pushed his light automobile over
the surface and then made a risky
descent down to the highway.
Mens iweslisee owls;
Soft Collars and French Cuffs;
Special Fifty Cents.
Ne& Spring Hals, Shoes,
Shirts, Undearwear, Hosiery
and I Neckwear.
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JUAREZ RACE ENTRIES &
FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 6 -
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CHICAGO YOUTH ARRKSTED.
Joha Quill, alias John Hillock, aged
t j ears, arrested Tuesday afternoon
1..- Jesse C. Stansel, chief of the city
.'tective departmental "toeing held .in
the city jail awaiting the orders of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Quill, 644
iralsted street. Chicasro. I1L The boy
-vras arrested on orders received by po- 1
l.ce chief I. N. Davis from John J. Hal-
pin captain of the Chicairo- detective
force Quill has been in -El Paso sev
penitentiary system, who are here to
day conferring with the governor rela
tive to the recent fire at the Rusk pen
itentiary, announce thatthey are con
fident the fire was of iribendiary origin.
A searching investigation is being
made. This fire entailed a loss of
$100,090 of state property.
EIGHT HOUR 1VAV RE-ENACTED
BY THE COLORADO SEN" ATE
Denver, Colo.. March 4. The senate
today passed on third reading the
Bellesneld eight hour law. It repeals
the socalled "fake" eight hour law
adopted by the voters at the November
election and re-enacts the eight hour
law that was repealed by the lake
hwv. although both were approved by
The bill carries the "saving clause"
which the state supreme court held
-would prevent the measure being re
ferred to the voters, and as an addi
tional precaution contains the "emer
gency clause" which will make it
effective at once instead of 99 days
First race, selling, maiden' 2 year olds,
4 furlongs llyndla 110, Bing 110, Caro
na 110. La Estrella 110, Peekaboo 110,
Succession 110. RobL iiantell 110, Brev
ity 110, Korfhage 110, Deal Carroll 110,
Osaple 113, Rimifax 113.
Second race, selling, 4 year olds and
up. 5 1-2 furlongs Venetian 103. Was
tella 104. Ruth Esther 104. Chilla 10S,
Mike Molett 110. Abe Sluuskev HOSal-
'1 vage 110, Jupiter Joe 110. Ramsy 110,
Delaney lis. i-ort johnson lis. Funda
Third race, selling. 4 year olds and
up, 1 mile Ethel Samson 59, Nannie
McDee 99. McAlan 101. Adolante 101, Kl
Pato nl. Fancy 103. Royal River 103,
Ocean Queen 103. Gelico 105. .Dick Ba
ker 108, Oswald B. 110. Annual interest
Fourth race, handicap. S year olds and
up. 7 furlongs Idle Tale 90, Capitan
Bravo 95, Winning Witch 97, Kootenay
100. imlr 102. Lacttrose ivt, injury 121.
DOCTORS OPPOSE TEST
0? FRIEDMANN CURE
Berlin lhynician Abandons Plan of
Testing Serum "With Sanction
of Xcw 1 orli Board of Health.
New York, X. Y.. March 5. Dr. F. F.
Friedmann. of Berlin, today abandoned
all plans of testing his tuberculosis
serum in any of the Xew York hos
pitals with the sanction of the board
of health. This had been suggested
by the Xew York County Medical so
ciety as the only course to pursue in
asmuch as he bis no license to practice
in this state.
The board of helth considered the
matter last night and although Dr.
Ernest J. Lederle, commissioner t
health, said that In his opinion, the
serum was harmless, tba advisory com
mittee of the board voted against mak
ing any tests on patient?.
Usable to See Doctor: Ends Life.
Eighteen year old Charles Leiberman.
BUILDERS TO HAVE BAN'ftUET.
The master builders of El Paso held
a meeting in the office of Jolly & Ware
in the Roberts-Banner building. Tues
day afternoon. The attendance -was so
imall that no business was transacted.
,nd it was decided to hold a banquet
far the next meeting. The exact date
for this has not yet been decided upon.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
C1IAKGED WITH MAKIN'G
Rafael Esquer. calling himself a
"saldado de la paz," who is charged by
the police with making incendiary
speeches against the Americans, was ar
rested Tuesday night. Esquer it is said
had a number of hand bills which he
was distributing among the Mexicans.
The bills were printed in Spanish, at
tacking the church, and American gov
ernment. Tuesday afternoon when the
man was delivering a speech to a num
ber of Mexicans he was approached by
city detective Fred Delgado and con
stable Domingo Montoya, who remon
strated with him. Esquer replied that
"this was a free country." He was
later arrested by the police.
USrth -. llnr a ,- nlri ,nd i auiierer irom luuercuiosis. Killed
up. 5 1-2 furlongs falatable 102. Amon I J""1,8" L lnnf ng gas.- It was said
107. Dorothy Dean. 109, Parlor Boy 110. he-was, ?e?ndSL5et? use ."l? YaS Un"
Napa Xick 112. Mona Canomann 113. Do- I JSJ" 5? ". ' ?J "SE
ninii in vinrcivnc physician. The young man made his
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EVERY DAY AT SHELDON" CAFE.
SPECIAL. SrAXISR DISHES
Ask your grer for a
package of Aigrain today
Sith race, sellinsr. 4 year olds and ud.
f n)i -ut on or u.t.t - f ttki
a a41axc X1 li at. dial f, inaiLic vjhi aw, . a i, -i
Zoroaster 104, Sea Cliff 10, Hatteras al nl oteI-
iot, suck jfin lUi. Duncraggan ioi '
Five pounds apprentice allowance I
First race Six furlongs, selling, 3
year olds, value $300. Ask Ma (Gross)
104, 2 to 1, 4 to 5, 1 to 2. won. Azurea.
(Hill) 110, 4 to 1. S to 5, 7 to 10. sec
ond. Safranor (Callahan) 110, 9 to 1.
S to 5 show, third. Time: 1:14. Katy
Connor, Zenotek. Moller, Downland,
JL,oan Shark, Maud McKee, Sprightly
Miss. Janus, Choctaw ran.
Second race Six furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up, value $300.
Wilhite (Callahan) 107. 3 to 1. even.
3 to 5. won.. Angelus (Cotton) 110. 6
to 1. 2 to 1, even, second. Frank G.
Hogan (Halsey) 105, 11 to 5, 2 to S
show, third. Time: 1:13 1-5. Edmond
Adams, Odelia, Quid Nunc, Ferrona,
Jim L.. Zulu ran.
Third race On mile, selling, four
year olds and up. value S300. Anne
McGee (McDonald) 98, 6 to 1, 2 to 1.
even, won. Osean Queen (Kederis) 103.
13 to 5, 4 to 5, 1 to 3, second. Colinet
(Carter) 108, 3 to 1. 2 to 5 show, third.
Time: 1:40. Fancy, Little Marchmont,
Wicket, Bonnie Bard, Don Enrique ran.
Fourth race Six furlongs, purse,
three year olds and up, value $400.
Seneca (Kederis) 105, 9 to 2, S to 5. 3
to 5, won. Royal Meteor (Molesworth)
105, 2 to 1. 4 to 5. 1 to 3, second.
Kootenay (Halsey) 105, 9 to 2, 3 to 5
show, third. Time 1:14 3-5. Dr.
Dougherty, Winning Witch, Flying
Footsteps. Fitzgerald, Xobby ran.
Fttth race Six furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up, value $300.
Chapultepec (Burlingame) 115, 12 to
1, 4 to 1, 8 to 5, won. Cosgrove Sie
laff) 108, 4 to 1. 3 to 2. 3 to 5 second.
Mlmorioso (Kederis) 109. 9 to 5. 1 to J
show, third. Time: 1:13: Chase Goetz.
Batwa. Dominica. Goldfinn. Lem Dale '
! Sixth race One mile, selling, four I
year olds and up. value $300. Shoot-
mg Spray (Forsyth) 108, 25 to 1. 8 to I
hvnl won- Orbed Lad (Halsey) i
t08, 7,i? 2- s to ? 3 to 5, second. Baby
Boll (Burlingame) 103. 16 to 5. 1 to 2 i
snow. mira. Time: 1.40. El Pato.
Mary Emily, Bob Farley, Lotta Creed
to his father, to reach Dr. Friedmann t
Great Mass of Proof
I Reports of 30,000 Case of Kidney
Trouble, Some of Them EI I'aso Cases.
Each of some 6000 newspapers of
the United States is publishing from
week to week, names of people in its
particular neighborhood, who have
used and recommended Doan's Kid
ney pills for kidney backache, weak
kidnes, bladder troubles and urinary
disorders. This mass of proof includes
over 30,000 testimonials. El Paso is
no exception. Here is one of the El
Mrs. T. A. Jones, 1401 Wyoming St..
El Paso, Texas says: "Reading in the
papers of people 'who had used Doan's
Kidney Pills with great benefit, in
duced me to get a box when I was hav
ing troube with my kidneys. Backache
caused me a great deal of suffering
anoWthere was a distressing weakness
of the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills
were very effective and one box made
a remarkable improvement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
A deliciously appetizing
Wheal, Oafs, Bice and Barley
COLORADOAXS MAY THY TO
OUST LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Denver, Colo.. March 5. Plans which
contemplate an effort to oust lieuten
ant governor Stephen R. Fitzgerald
from office and put John C. Nixon. Pro
gressive candidate at the last election,
III hiS nl&OO Warn iIaaIJ.J .... a a
meeting of the executive committee oj I
trie. Prnrraaalo. ,.. ,.. I
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IViixons claim is based on the con
tention that he received the second
highest number of votes the late B. F.
Montbmery having been elected, but
never having qualified.
Builds up muscle and strength
RAILROADS IN KANSAS MUST
REPORT ALL LIQUOR SIIIIMIENTS
Topeka. Kan., March 5. A bill to put
into the Webb law. recently enacted in
congress, giving states having prohi
bltionary laws control over shipment
of liquors, was passed by the senate.
The Kansas bill requires that every
rallroad, express and every common
carrier tlg with .- . ....,..-,
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clerks notices shnaHm, -n .innnno nf .
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I ments were consigned and by whom
they were received.
UTAH DEFEATS EUGENICS BILL.
Salt Lake City. Utah. March 5. The
bill to create a state board of eugenics
and providing for the sterilization of
criminals and imbeciles was killed in
the house of the Utah legislature by
a vote of 20 to 18.
18 servings for 15
EL PASO CASES SUBMITTED ON'
BRIEFS IN" APPEALS COURT
Austin Tex., March 5 The cases
of Mike Peters and Ramon Nunez, from
El Paso, were todav subnvtud in briefs
r.v both parties in the n rt if I'Tin,
' vvs rof. rs wjs v .1( r i u - i
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of Linen a
to say nothing of his
Underwear, received the best at
tention at our laundry.
Men of taste men who are
particular about their linen,' al
ways send it to us.
You'll find the reason is that
we have every facility for doing
the work and the greatest deter
mination to please.
Sanitary and Firepro )f .
412-414 S. Oregon St.
Welcome Groups of New
Linen, Ratine & Epoiige Dresses
rpi HESE three fabrics will play a leading part in the showing of Summer
1 fabrics: the New York dressmakers are embracing them with the affec
tion bestowed on a weU-tried friend and are using them for their smartest
costumes. Thev have been delightfully used in some new models that have
lust arrived, and which will be on display tomorrow at tempting prices.
LINE 1 A large assortment of new
Dresses that are made of linen, ratine,
and pique, in solid colors, natural,
fancy stripes, white, etc There are
a down different styles the choicest
of the season for women, misses and
juniors. The Peter Thompson, Rus
sian Blouse and the two pieee models
are included in the lot. Many of
them are embroidered, others have lace
and embroidery collars, and cuffs,
fancy buttons, etc They'll sur-
par..you ; $4.95
LINE 2 Here is another interesting
line. Your choice of two large racks
full of pretty dresses of eponge and
linen, in every desirable Spring color.
These models are the latest that
have been produced and will be
found only at The Popular." They
are all one pieee styles, embellished
with velvet, crystal buttons, lace, em
broidery and patent leather belCa.
The best values of "the rt0 fC
season- at PO.U
LINE 3 Eponge and ratine dresse
white, including oyster white;
lovely new blues, soft pinks? gracious
lavenders, natural and various
browns. What pretty things they are.
Many coat effects are seen, charm
ing belted models and regulation
one-piece styles. . Open designs In
hand work dignify many of the
dresses. Heavy laces and various
other prettinesses are used in others.
Remarkable values d- n AJZ
at, your choice PATf
LINE 4 Striking models of linen
and ratine in coarse and fine weaves.
In the lot we show the much wanted
Balkan and Russian models as well as
plain tailored, coat style dresses, and
garments with the coat of linen ana
skirt of ratine or viea versa, 1h con
trasting colors. Every one an 'ex
clusive and individual .model. May
we have the pleasure ot showing you
these dresses tomorrow! They're
reasonably priced at dj 1 C i(
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HERE the jaunty short jacket
with the tapering back for
the well rounded figure; here the
Empire back, shirred or belted for
the slender form. Here, too, the
Bulgarian blouse side by side with
the tailored suit of mannish
smartness, all with skirts that are
pronounced in individuality.
Materials include the fashionable
Charmeusc. the popular silk poplin
and aeolienne and Ottoman silk,
as well as lightweight serges,
eponges, Bedfords, corduroys, shep
herd and club checks, novelty
cloths and fine worsteds in black,
white and the seasons newest
shades. Prices $15.00 to $129.50.
Notice to The
DUE to the dissatisfaction
caused the easterner on
account of merchandise being
returned and oftimee improp
erly credited, we wish to advise
the public in general that all
drivers on our wagons and au
tomobiles, as well as special
boys, are now provided with
receipt books, and we ask that
no merchandise be given boys
wilhout demanding proper re
ceipt. Popalar Dry Goods Co.
These materials, added to silks
and novelty weaves, axe dem
onstrated in about a hundred
distinctively different frocks
that are representative develop
ments of America's foremost
artist-designers and eouturiers.
They Have For
self and different materials in
sharply contrasting colors and com
binations. many buttons, colored crystal bnt
tons in odd shapes, Rhinestone set
buttons, plain crystal buttons and
groups of small buttons set closely to
getherdouble eoBars of lace over
chiffon, or opposing colors of chiffon,
one over the other, collars of shadow
laces, eroeheted laces, Bulgarian
printed silks. Sashes sad bows or
pompadour ribbons and velvet rib
bons, sponge dotb. coDars in brightly
bolero and tunie effects, some thai
buckle in the back.
some have panels and bands of self
material drawawork; the drawn
threads being used to embroider
almost every other frock with, z
vest effect in a Vlor thai harmonizes
with the garment by contrast.
A New Shipment of
WE have just received, opened
up and placed in stock a
beautiful assortment of women's
mescaline, soft taffeta' and jersey
top silk underskirts. They are cat
full and made with deep accordion
pleated and ruffled flounce. Tne
flounce of some of the plain shaCe
skirts are made of Dresden silk.
The regular sizes are in white,
black and every color of the rain
bow. The extra sizes come ia
black, navy, brown, tan, change
ables andsteeL Garments ihas
will hurry away at the re
markably low price djO QP
THIS year we are showing more
extensive lines of under
muslins than ever before and in
spite of the advance in the cot
ton market, our prices are as low
as last season. Every garment
made in sanitary workrooms bo
sweat shops. We feature five
lines that are positively unequalled
values at 45c, 95c, $1.45, $1.95
New Garments That Will Make Any
Woman Wish For a Little One to Buy Them For
CHILDREN'S TAILORED DRESSES
made of linene, ginghams and eham
brys in colors', pink, tan, brown and
blue with white collars and cuffs; some
piped in contrasting colors. Also plain
white, and white trimmed in light col
ors. Sizes 1 to 6. Four extra strong
lines to choose from at $2.45 QJJ-
$1.95. $1.45 and JOC
CHILDREN'S WHITE DRESSES of
lawn and marquisette, beautifully hana
embroidered and trimmed in dainty i
laces. Sizes 1 to 5 years. Excellent
values at $7.50, $5.00
INFANT'S AND CHILDREN'S WHITE
DRESSES made of good quality lawns
and batistes. Trimmed in an artistic
manner with lace and embroidery
others show hand embroidery; sizes 6
months to 5 years. Matchless values
at $3.00, $2.50 - gfk
CHLLDRENJS COATS of serge, kersej-,
messaline, linen, pique and wool black,
and white shepherd checks. Trimmed
with moire, eponge, linen and lingerie
collars and cuffs, plain and hand em
broidered styles. All are designed and
tailored by specialists in children's weav,
made in the styles that will appeal to
the inherent good taste of anv woman.
'CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS made ot
excellent quality hemp and milan; trim
med in velvet, plain and Persian ribbon
and flowers. All the very newest
shapes. Prices range $5.00, tf r? r
$3.50. $250 down to pl.OU
The New in
OUR Blouse section was never so
thoroughly equipped noa so
complete as it is at the present tlmfc
The more fashionable materials, ot
the season are striped messaline.
charmeuse. taffeta, chiffon, crepe
de chine, voiles and soft lingerie.
Klegant models are shown in all the
different materials, in the very lat
est styles. Special effort has been
made to secure the fine range of
materials In extra large slses as
well as in the more a verage sises.
Prices to suit all pursefc We fea
ture six lines at 96c, ?1., $2.46,
$2.95. $3.95 and $4.95.
At 5c and 1.45IJnBeries. high
and low necks, long and short
sleeves: lace embroidery and hand
embroidery trimmed also linen
shirts and middy blouses. ..
At ?2ir. ami ?2J5 Lawng and voiles
trimmed in heavy and fine laces
plain whi.e and colored eoHars.
also plain white and striped silk
shirt-- , s.w..
At 35 and 94.05 Blouses of white
crepe de chine, voile, messaline. etc..
trimmed in Irish crochet and shad
ow laces, crystal buttons, etc. am
natural color and white Mix sMrta.
See the new "Tuxedo" blouse at JS.95
"Women' Street and
Vacation roHKH straw
Sailer ia blue. Mack
and brown. 100
We Call Your Attention to San Antonio St. Window Display
It Is a Well Known Fact That
This Season is The Most Beautiful
Ever Brought to El Paso
Y7 E hear 5t from almost every
V visitor that enters our milli
nery Department, and we are prowl
There is so much to be said regard
ing the Spring Millinery that we
hardly know just where to begin, or
There is such a variety of styles as
to seem almost limitless styles that
have fashion's highest endorsement
styles that will appeal to all.
The world-famous French artists are
represented by their most fetching
creations. These have been repro
duced or modified in our own work
rooms in materials of beautiful qual
ity and come to you at prices possible
for all to pay.
Brilliant in beauty and rivaling in
fashion the imported headwear are de
signs originated by our own trimmers
hats of extreme becomingness and
Smart little Tams and Turbans, Tri
corns and close-fitting' shapes with
quaint little turned up brims and big
hats, too. The Bulgarian influence is
predominant, while the Oriental and
Louis XVI. tendencies are much in
Sawry little feathers
sticking up straight or lay
ing flat on the brims, single
ostrich plumes and flowers
and ribbons bnt yoa must
see them. It's beyond sur
power to tell how pretty
See our feature line at 910.00
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